Easy Ways to Add Fiber to Your Diet
Increasing dietary fiber intake is a daily practice, which is vital for a well-balanced diet that promotes optimal health.
Understanding Soluble and Insoluble Dietary Fiber
Dietary fiber, a carbohydrate found in part of a plant cell wall that cannot be broken down in the human digestive track, is distinguished by two different types: Soluble Fiber and Insoluble Fiber.
You can easily make your own vegan trail mix cereal. By combining a few of your favorite clean ingredients, you can start your day with a delicious, high-fiber superfood cereal without added sugars. Combine vegan puffed grain cereal, oats, pumpkin seeds, coconut flakes, raisins, chia seeds, and Fiber d’Lish Orange Cranberry. While the mix can be enjoyed with vegan milk for breakfast, you can also pack it as a snack for any time you need a power boost. Customize your DIY trail mix by adding different Fiber d’Lish flavors and a variety of seeds or nuts.
Delicious Vegan Cinnamon Raisin Cookies Made Easy with Fiber d'Lish!
You can quickly make these vegan cinnamon raisin cookies in your food processor. Simply add two Fiber d’Lish Cinnamon Raisin bars, dates, nuts, nut butter, oats, and protein powder. If you choose to omit the protein powder, add extra oats. Then, garnish with raisins before freezing. Keep these no bake cookies in your freezer for all your cookie cravings. Serve them warm or enjoy the depth of flavor from eating them chilled. They are so delicious that your kids will never guess they are vegan cinnamon raisin cookies and are healthy!
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